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9:05 AM EDT on July 25, 2013

    • Anthony Foxx Highlights MAP-21's Most Successful Program (Transpo Issues Daily)
    • How the Senate and House Diverge on Transportation (Mobilizing the Region)
    • Obama's "Middle-Out" Theory Works on a City Level, Too (Next City)
    • Former DOT Secretaries Give Advice to Foxx (The Hill)
    • If Summers Leads the Fed, What Would That Mean for Urban Policy? (Next City)
    • MA Passes $800M Transpo Bill (Including Gas Tax Hike) Over Governor's Veto (Boston Globe)
    • L.A. Transit Projects in Enviable Spot With Federal Dollars (KPCC)
    • Metropolis Chats With Urbanist Peter Calthorpe About High-Speed Rail, TOD and China
    • D.C. Could Get Denser, If It Scraps Height Limit  (Housing ComplexWonkblog)
    • Why Isn't Portland in More of a Hurry for Bike-Share? (Think Urban)
    • How Mumbai Buses Win Over Commuters (The City Fix)

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